Max Norman
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
NORMAN: The Patagonia problem

Patagonia has come to New Haven. The new store — where you can buy high quality, ethically manufactured outdoor gear and apparel — will take […]

The Uncertainty at the Heart of Things

In 1941, Werner Heisenberg traveled from Nazi Germany to occupied Denmark to visit Niels Bohr. To this day, no one knows why the two physicists […]

Angels in a New America

Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America: Millennium Approaches” begins with a funeral. Standing alone on a dimly lit stage, prayer shawl draped over his shoulders, a […]

Débâcles: Sex, Torture and the Costs of War

Debacle is a word that means a lot more in French than it does in English, and Débâcles, making its American debut this weekend at […]

I Liked It

The stage of Katie Kirk ’17 and Susannah Hyde’s ’17 production of “As You Like It” is empty except for two tall trees.